$20 NLHE Full Ring: Unconventional line with flush draw
Villain is new to me and I haven't got any notes on him even though he's been sitting at the table for a while which suggests he hasn't really done anything out of the ordinary. Although one note I would make is that quite a few times in the last half hour he has called my pfr and folded to a cbet so maybe he's fed up of this.
CO - Hero($20.90)
BTN - Villain($29.58)
Hero is dealt Ah,9h
2 folds, hero raises to $0.60, BTN calls, 2 folds
Flop ($1.43) is 10h,3h,8s
Hero bets $0.80, villain raises to $1.60, hero calls
Turn ($4.47) is Qd
Hero checks, villain bets $3.52, hero raises to $8.20, villain folds
Ok so obviously this isn't the most convential line I've taken here but the main reason I posted the hand is because I find flush draws difficult to play when you face a raise on the flop and you are oop. Should I be re raising the flop? After I decided to call his raise on the flop I thought the queen is a good card for me to represent and one which could make him fold a ten. Calling the turn would be bad I think since we aren't getting the right odds
and we are oop, so I decided to make the check raise as I thought he would probably fold a ten and if he does call it's not so bad because we have outs and if he re raises I guess I'll have to fold. What do you guys think? Mainly what should I be doing on the flop?